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Jaccard, Mark and Murphy, Rose Elise and Zuehlke, Brett and Braglewicz, Morgan. (2019). “Cities and Greenhouse Gas Reduction: Policy Makers or Policy Takers?”. Journal of Energy Policy, 134, 110875. doi.org/10.1016/J.ENPOL.2019.07.011
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Bollo, Christina S. and Cole, Raymond J. (2019). “Decoupling climate-policy objectives and mechanisms to reduce fragmentation”. Building Research and Information, 47(2), 219--233. doi.org/10.1080/09613218.2017.1408265
McCarty, J. and Rysanek, A. (2019). Digital Energy Performance Signature extensible markup language (DEPSxml): Towards a new characterization framework for sharing simulation and measured data on building design and energy perfomance - Symposium on Simulation for Architecture and Urban Desi.
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Jiang, Jun and Mohagheghi, Afagh and Moallem, Mehrdad. (2019). “Energy-efficient Supplemental LED Lighting Control for a Proof-of-Concept Greenhouse System”. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics1--1. doi.org/10.1109/TIE.2019.2912762
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Mayaud, Jerome R. and Tran, Martino and Pereira, Rafael H.M. and Nuttall, Rohan. (2019). “Future access to essential services in a growing smart city: The case of Surrey, British Columbia”. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 73(July 2018), 1--15. doi.org/10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2018.07.005
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Kormos, Christine and Axsen, Jonn and Long, Zoe and Goldberg, Suzanne. (2019). “Latent demand for zero-emissions vehicles in Canada (Part 2): Insights from a stated choice experiment”. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 67(December 2018), 685--702. doi.org/10.1016/j.trd.2018.10.010
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Kamiya, George and Axsen, Jonn and Crawford, Curran. (2019). “Modeling the GHG emissions intensity of plug-in electric vehicles using short-term and long-term perspectives”. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 69(February), 209--223. doi.org/10.1016/j.trd.2019.01.027
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Aminipouri, Mehdi and Knudby, Anders Jensen and Krayenhoff, E. Scott and Zickfeld, Kirsten and Middel, Ariane. (2019). “Modelling the impact of increased street tree cover on mean radiant temperature across Vancouver's local climate zones”. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, 39(January), 9--17. doi.org/10.1016/j.ufug.2019.01.016
Salter, J. and Kellett, Ronald. (2019). Spatial simulation approach for evaluating policy strategies against different patterns of urban form.
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Axsen, Jonn and Sovacool, Benjamin K. (2019). “The roles of users in electric, shared and automated mobility transitions”. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 71(February), 1--21. doi.org/10.1016/j.trd.2019.02.012
Salter, J. and Kellett, Ronald and Girling, Cynthia. (2019). “Urban form, energy and emissions: spatial simulation of climate change solutions - Urban Systems Design Symposium in Tokyo”. Journal of Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science
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Aminipouri, Mehdi and Rayner, David and Lindberg, Fredrik and Thorsson, Sofia and Knudby, Anders Jensen and Zickfeld, Kirsten and Middel, Ariane and Krayenhoff, E. Scott. (2019). “Urban tree planting to maintain outdoor thermal comfort under climate change: The case of Vancouver's local climate zones”. Building and Environment, 158(May), 226--236. doi.org/10.1016/j.buildenv.2019.05.022
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Girling, Cynthia and Zhang, K. and Monti, A. and Ebneshahidi, M. (2019). “Walkability vs. walking: Assessing outcomes of walkability at Southeast False Creek, Vancouver, Canada”. Journal of Urbanism, 12(4), 456--475. doi.org/10.1080/17549175.2019.1626269
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Jensen, Thor and Dowlatabadi, Hadi. (2018). “Challenges in financing public sector low-carbon initiatives: lessons from private finance for a school district in British Columbia, Canada”. Climate Policy, 18(7), 878--888. doi.org/10.1080/14693062.2017.1387512
Conger, Tugce. (2018). Coastal green infrastructure as a sea level rise adaptation measure: assessing environmental, local, and institutional contexts. 289. doi.org/10.14288/1.0375779
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Talebian, Hoda and Herrera, Omar E. and Tran, Martino and Mérida, Walter. (2018). “Electrification of road freight transport: Policy implications in British Columbia”. Energy Policy, 115(December 2017), 109--118. doi.org/10.1016/j.enpol.2018.01.004
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Gamalath, Isuru and Hewage, Kasun and Ruparathna, Rajeev and Karunathilake, Hirushie and Prabatha, Tharindu and Sadiq, Rehan. (2018). “Energy rating system for climate conscious operation of multi-unit residential buildings”. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy, 20(4), 785--802. doi.org/10.1007/s10098-018-1510-x
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Rajus, Vinu Subashini. (2018). Light Weight Look Ahead: Eco-dialogues between buildings and their inhabitants, PhD Thesis.
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Axsen, Jonn and Wolinetz, Michael. (2018). “Reaching 30\% plug-in vehicle sales by 2030: Modeling incentive and sales mandate strategies in Canada”. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 65, 596--617. doi.org/10.1016/j.trd.2018.09.012
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Wolinetz, Michael and Axsen, Jonn and Peters, Jotham and Crawford, Curran. (2018). “Simulating the value of electric-vehicle-grid integration using a behaviourally realistic model”. Nature Energy, 3(2), 132--139. doi.org/10.1038/s41560-017-0077-9
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Yip, Zheng Ki (Jackie). (2018). Spatially explicit robust impact patterns: a new approach to account for uncertainties of long-term sea-level rise impacts at the local level, PhD Thesis. doi.org/10.14288/1.0371129
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Axsen, Jonn and Cairns, Josh and Dusyk, Nichole and Goldberg, Suzanne. (2018). “What drives the Pioneers? Applying lifestyle theory to early electric vehicle buyers in Canada”. Energy Research and Social Science, 44(March), 17--30. doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2018.04.015
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Axsen, Jonn and Langman, Brad and Goldberg, Suzanne. (2017). “Confusion of innovations: Mainstream consumer perceptions and misperceptions of electric-drive vehicles and charging programs in Canada”. Energy Research and Social Science, 27, 163--173. doi.org/10.1016/j.erss.2017.03.008
Braglewicz, Morgan. (2017). Cross-Canada tour as part of the Community Energy Knowledge Action Partnership (CEKAP).
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Ho, Hung Chak and Knudby, Anders Jensen and Walker, Blake Byron and Henderson, Sarah B. (2017). “Delineation of spatial variability in the temperature-mortality relationship on extremely hot days in greater Vancouver, Canada”. Environmental Health Perspectives, 125(1), 66--75. doi.org/10.1289/EHP224
Salter, J. and Kellett, Ronald. (2017). Energy, Emissions and Urban Form: Investigating Solutions for BC's Built Environment - Livable City Conference.
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Wolinetz, Michael and Axsen, Jonn. (2017). “How policy can build the plug-in electric vehicle market: Insights from the REspondent-based Preference And Constraints (REPAC) model”. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 117(2017), 238--250. doi.org/10.1016/j.techfore.2016.11.022
Salter, J. and Booth, Kellogg S. (2017). Integrating GIS and 3D tools for interactive community-based urban design - Esri Canada User Conference.
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Chloe, Boyle and Nichol, Edward. (2017). Low Carbon Resilience and Transboundary Municipal Ecosystem Governance: A case study of Still Creek. 64.
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Westerhoff, Lisa Michelle and Cote, Shirlene and Chu, Anne Mareike and Sheppard, Stephen R. J. and Burch, Sarah and Paul, Sabine. (2017). Motivating communities to retrofit their homes: The potential of thermal imaging in BC (white paper).
Murphy, Rose Elise. (2017). Renewable Energy: Moving Beyond Commitments to Implementation - Livable City Conference.
Kellett, Ronald. (2017). Scenario based simulation of energy and emissions at a neighbourhood scale - seminar presented to the University of Victoria Civil Engineering Department.
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Ho, Hung Chak and Knudby, Anders Jensen and Xu, Yongming and Hodul, Matus and Aminipouri, Mehdi. (2016). “A comparison of urban heat islands mapped using skin temperature, air temperature, and apparent temperature (Humidex), for the greater Vancouver area”. Science of the Total Environment, 544, 929--938. doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.12.021
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Mahyar, Narges and Meng, Siyi and Xiang, Jialiang and Booth, Kellogg S and Girling, Cynthia and Kellett, Ronald. (2016). A Multi-Display Environment for Community Planning.
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Girling, Cynthia and Maged, Senbel and Kellett, Ronald. (2016). “Effects of Visualizations and Information-rich Public Engagement in Planning for Energy and Emissions”. Journal of Architectural {\&} Planning Research, 33(2), 140--158.
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Jaffery, Syed Raza Ali. (2016). Envisioning A Building Information Model (BIM) Integrated Building Performance Visualization (iPViz) Interface, MASc Thesis.
Murphy, Rose Elise and Boyd, Kaitlin Alexandra and Jaccard, Mark. (2016). Evaluation of Actions and Policies to Reduce Urban GHG Emissions Using Multiple Criteria: A Contribution Towards Energy Efficiency in British Columbia's Built Environment. (August),
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Schwartz, Elizabeth. (2016). Local solutions to a global problem? : Canadian municipal policy responses to climate change. 491. doi.org/10.14288/1.0300060
Schare, Moritz Alexander. (2016). Off Track To 2050?: a Study of Present and Future Interurban Transportation Emissions in British Columbia, Canada, Relative To Its Greenhouse Gas Reduction Targets Act of 2007, PhD Thesis.
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Boyd, Kaitlin Alexandra. (2016). Policies to reduce urban GHG emissions: Accounting for heterogeneity of demographics, values, and urban form, MRM.
Jensen, Thor. (2016). Residential PACE Bonds - More than cheap finance for retrofits.
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Ho, Hung Chak. (2016). Spatial Influences of Heat Exposures and Social Vulnerability on the Temperature-Mortality Relationship: A Case Study in the Greater Vancouver Area, PhD Thesis.
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Duffy, Robert and Beresford, Charley. (2016). This green house II: Building Momentum on Green Jobs and Climate Action through Energy Retrofits across Canada. (March),
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Aminipouri, Mehdi and Knudby, Anders Jensen and Ho, Hung Chak. (2016). “Using multiple disparate data sources to map heat vulnerability: Vancouver case study”. Canadian Geographer, 60(3), 356--368. doi.org/10.1111/cag.12282
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Ho, Hung Chak and Knudby, Anders Jensen and Huang, Wei. (2015). “A spatial framework to map heat health risks at multiple scales”. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(12), 16110--16123. doi.org/10.3390/ijerph121215046
Berkhout, Tom. (2015). Accelerating Energy Efficiency in BC' s Built Environment: Lessons from Massachusetts and California (white paper).
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Bailey, Joseph and Axsen, Jonn. (2015). “Anticipating PEV buyers' acceptance of utility controlled charging”. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 82, 29--46. doi.org/10.1016/j.tra.2015.09.004
Westerhoff, Lisa Michelle. (2015). CITY STORIES: FROM NARRATIVE TO PRACTICE IN VANCOUVER'S OLYMPIC VILLAGE.
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Axsen, Jonn and Goldberg, Suzanne and Bailey, Joseph. (2015). Electrifying Vehicles: Insights from the Canadian Plug-in Electric Vehicle Study. 201.